Cambridge Global Health Café

The cafe is an informal event which aims to bring together those interested in global health, to discuss and share learning and experiences. There will be a small panel of speakers who will present, followed by a Q&A session.

The event is free, and occurs every 6 weeks. Sign up on Eventbrite, button can be found below.

9th November 2020

17:00 – 18:30 (BST)

Zimbabwe and Cambridge – Exploring Scope for Health Partnerships and Shared Learning

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Hosts: CGHP, Zimbabwe Health Training Support (ZHTS), and Global Health Dorcas.

The café is an informal event which aims to bring together those interested in global health, to discuss and share learning and experiences. There will be a small panel of speakers who will present, followed by a Q&A session.

This session will focus on Zimbabwe and Cambridge, and prospective health partnerships. Speakers include:

Professor Rashida Ferrand – Professor of International Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Lead Physician for COVID-19 Unit – Parirenyatwa Hospital, Harare

Dr Elinor Moore – Consultant in Infectious Diseases, Cambridge University Hospitals

Tarisai Bere – Clinical Psychologist, Global Mental Health Specialist and Behavioural Science Researcher

Dorcas Gwata – Global Health Consultant and Founder of Global Health Dorcas initiative

Speakers will explore health partnerships, COVID-19 experiences in Zimbabwe and Cambridge, diaspora engagement in health partnerships and mental health.

The café will also include a live poetry reading from a Zimbabwean poet.

It promises to be a fascinating event.

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